Axis Syllabus: Reception and Perception
Axis Syllabus Workshop
Reception and Perception: A study of the nervous system as it relates to movement
Bellows Falls, Vermont
Residential program including 14 hours of instructional time food and shared room with private bathroom
$475 (no one turned away for lack of funds -- please inquire for more info)
This class will look at what we understand about the human nervous systems. We will look at the categories given to us from western anatomical science (with a brief glance at some other maps for the same functions), the evolution of the nervous system, and how movement and disorientation prepares the human nervous systems in the body for pliability and resilience.
Class will include, anatomy presentation, group research and experimentation, movement training, quiet walks, breathing exercises and solo and group dancing.
What is the Axis Syllabus? The Axis Syllabus is a repository of useful information concerning the use, preparation, treatment, structure, function, limitation and potential of the human body in motion. The Axis Syllabus is a sincere support for a collective effort towards individual health sovereignty. It is constantly reviewed, edited, updated and monitored for health and welfare veracity and utility. It is not intended to instruct, but to inform, in the understanding that the only kind of consent is informed and in the recognition and respect for consent as the modern moral basis for all social interaction.